Sess. 11.—1897. NEW ZEALAND.
GOVERNMENT VALUATION OF LAND DEPARTMENT.
Statement of Accounts to be laid upon the Table of the House pursuant to section 19 of " The Govern ment Valuation of Land Act, 1896."
Statement of the Eeoeipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 31st March, 1897. Dr. Or. £ s. d. £ s. d. By Expenditure for revising old To Eeceipts (nil). maps and making new ones, Balance (carried forward) ... 2,065 3 2 &c. ... ... ... 2,065 3 2 John McGowan, Valuation Department, Valuer-General. Wellington, 31st May, 1897. Approximate Cost of Paper. —Preparation, not given ; printing (1,400 copies), 15s.
By Authority: John Mackay, Government' Printer, Wellington.—lB97.
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